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Combining Discrete Equations Method and upwind downwind-controlled splitting for non-reacting and reacting two-fluid computations

Abstract : A reactive Riemann solver is inserted into the Reactive Discrete Equations Method (RDEM) to compute high speed combustion waves. The anti-diffusive approach developed by Despres and Lagoutiere is also coupled with RDEM to accurately simulate reacting shocks. Increased robustness and efficiency when computing both multiphase interfaces and reacting flows are achieved thanks to an original upwind downwind-controlled splitting method (UDCS).
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Kunkun Tang, Alberto Beccantini, Christophe Eric Corre. Combining Discrete Equations Method and upwind downwind-controlled splitting for non-reacting and reacting two-fluid computations. Seventh International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Jul 2012, Big Island, Hawaii, United States. pp.1-25. ⟨hal-00736767⟩

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